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Old 12-04-2009, 02:24 PM
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Question VOIP call record issue Using mobile phone

Hi all,

I need to know is it possible to record conversation of Voip call in Symbian environment?

I am using Nokia N95 to test this.Almost each software such as Fring,Barablu,truphone which are used for Voip call ,not allow recorder.

But I found one Voip client software name talkonaut which allow to record the conversation.

could anyone tell me is it the general limitation of symbian system or something else? How to get rid of this limitation?

Where can I get information about voip call record using symbian mobile ?

I am waiting your prompt response

Thanks in advance

Sb80

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Old 09-06-2009, 12:31 PM
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VoIP Call Recording - Here is a list of some of the most common software tools you can use to record your VoIP calls for your individual use.


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Old 04-08-2009, 08:42 AM
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Hi all,

I need to know is it possible to record conversation of Voip call in Symbian environment?

I am using Nokia N95 to test this.Almost each software such as Fring,Barablu,truphone which are used for Voip Calls ,not allow recorder.

But I found one Voip client software name talkonaut which allow to record the conversation.

could anyone tell me is it the general limitation of Business Voip System or something else? How to get rid of this limitation?

Where can I get information about voip call record using symbian mobile ?

I am waiting your prompt response

Thanks in advance

Sb80
I'm actually not sure. THere is a lot of variety, but you might want to try other voip blogs
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Old 18-10-2009, 08:19 AM
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Voip Recording

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I'm actually not sure. THere is a lot of variety, but you might want to try other voip blogs
You can record Voip calls on Nokia E75 by its default built in recording... i m regular user of Voip on Nokia mobile phones......

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Old 20-10-2009, 09:21 PM
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Hi all,

I need to know is it possible to record conversation of Voip call in Symbian environment?

I am using Nokia N95 to test this.Almost each software such as Fring,Barablu,truphone which are used for Voip call ,not allow recorder.

But I found one Voip Phone System software name talkonaut which allow to record the conversation.

could anyone tell me is it the general limitation of symbian system or something else? How to get rid of this limitation?

Where can I get information about Voip Provider List using symbian mobile ?

I am waiting your prompt response

Thanks in advance

Sb80
Starting with the most basic application, the inbuilt Nokia phone recorder. On an N95, it is possible to record phone conversations with this recorder. However, the process is a little messy, and I am not sure whether it works on other models.

To record a conversation, first the call must be active. After that, the recorder must be switched on. It is important to switch on the recording feature after the call is active otherwise it goes into a paused mode. Activating a recording after a call is active is a little complicated, as when a call is active, navigating into the phone whilst on the call requires the use of a headset or loudspeaker. Once the record button is pressed, then a beep will sound periodically during the conversation. The pros of this method is that the audio quality is excellent, and that there is no need for a third party software.
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:48 PM
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Starting with the most basic application, the inbuilt Nokia phone recorder. On an N95, it is possible to record phone conversations with this recorder. However, the process is a little messy, and I am not sure whether it works on other Business Voip Phone System.

To record a conversation, first the call must be active. After that, the recorder must be switched on. It is important to switch on the recording feature after the Internet Phone Service is active otherwise it goes into a paused mode. Activating a recording after a call is active is a little complicated, as when a call is active, navigating into the phone whilst on the call requires the use of a headset or loudspeaker. Once the record button is pressed, then a beep will sound periodically during the conversation. The pros of this method is that the audio quality is excellent, and that there is no need for a third party software.
Tried this method and it worked like a charm, for me. Thanks a lot Sun.

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